ThisIsWin11 adds support for Windows 11, Build 22000.348, System Restore, and more.

ThisIsWin11 (TIW11) version 0.93.0 was released by the developer builtbybel earlier today on GitHub. This third-party tool allows for more customization of Windows 11, and the manufacturer even advertises the app as “real PowerToys for Windows 11.”

The new update brings support for Windows 11 build 22000.348, adds a “Create restore points” option, and more. Here is the complete changelog:

  • Native support for build 22000.348

  • The “Create restore points” option has been added to the system module, also known as OpenTweaks.

  • Revised function to check for updates (version information is the same as AssemblyInfo.cs)

  • Added auto-scrolling in the preview / log pane.

  • Updated package module with several new apps

  • Minor fixes

If you’re wondering what OpenTweaks is, this is one of six modules TIW11 currently offers.

  • OpenTweaks integrates an essential part of the Windows 11 settings app and allows you to check and enable / disable settings immediately and with one click.

While we are discussing this topic, here are the other five modules (image below):

  • Presenter ThisIsWin11 starts with a helpful introduction to what you can find in Windows 11.

  • PumpedApp lets you remove unwanted features and apps from Windows 11, such as the Camera and Alarm apps, and other pre-installed apps that you can live without.

  • Windows Package Manager-based packages let you create your own custom installation packages.

  • PowerUI lets you automate multiple Windows 11 tasks based on PowerShell and community scripting, for example, you can improve privacy by disabling various Windows 11 telemetry-related features.

  • Extensions allow you to create your own settings

If you’re interested, you can download it from the ThisIsWin11 GitHub page listed here .